Creator Okina Baba and Illustrator Tsukasa Kiryu; ... However, later in the present, a criminal duo - Zannā and Rion - are seeking Latios and Latias in order to take control of the Soul Dew ... Latios SM Smogon Strategy Pokedex ... Loading... ... Nov 21, 2018 - Explore tinkerbell8675's board 'latios and latias', followed by 576 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Latios and latias, Pokemon latias, Cute pokemon. Pokémon Heroes: Latios and Latias (2002) 6. Pokémon: Jirachi Wish Maker (2003) 7. Pokémon: Destiny Deoxys (2004) 8. Pokémon: Lucario and the Mystery of Mew (2005) ADVERTISEMENT. 9. Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea (2006) 10. Pokémon: The Rise of Darkrai (2007) ... 212 SpA Mega Salamence Draco Meteor vs. 0 HP / 4 SpD Latios: 186-222 (120 - 143.2%) -- guaranteed OHKO But let's give Latios a focus sash. Now, it survives whatever dragon attacks thrown at it, Which means that it can get a tailwind off (or it can go straight for the KO if it looks like the opponent is going to tailwind too) and then outspeed ... The second matchup was Hana (Latios/ラティオス DS 10/20) vs Maria (Latias/ラティアス DS 9/20). They played a different game to get the energy they needed for their cards. They each put on helmets and pads and a bungie cord was attached to them. At either end of the gym was a line of energy cards that they had to get to. Latias (Japanese: ラティアス Ratiasu) is a Dragon/Psychic-type Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation III. Latias is Latios's female counterpart, or sister. Latias is a dragon-like Pokémon with features resembling a jet plane. The upper portion of her body is mainly white, while the lower portion is red. She has triangular ears, and a patch of red with a smaller patch of white, on ... Latias has yellow irises. Latios has red irises. Bulbapedia source (links to Latios) answered Dec 20, 2014 by fondant edited Dec 21, 2014 by fondant. Ah, but the fingers are always on the other side of the triangles. If you turn latias's wings around, so it is in the same position as latios, the wings would look the same. When you soar in the ... Latias once again shares a trophy with her counterpart. NA: Latias and Latios are Eon Pokémon. Both are Dragon/Psychic-type Pokémon. The red Latias is female, while the blue Latios is male. By folding in their arms, they can fly faster than fighter jets. They combine speed and teamwork when they cross paths to attack fighters with Steel Wing. The red Latias is female, while the blue Latios is male. By folding in their arms, they can fly faster than fighter jets. They combine speed and teamwork when they cross paths to attack fighters with Steel Wing. PAL: Latias and Latios are Eon Pokémon. Both are Dragon- and Psychic-types. The red Latias is female, while the blue Latios is male.
[RMT] [OU] Flagrant Abuse: Tree Fiddy Edition ft. Mega Swampert
2015.03.09 08:18 OverlordDerp[RMT] [OU] Flagrant Abuse: Tree Fiddy Edition ft. Mega Swampert
Disclaimer: This team does not contain a Lapras names LOCH NESS, with a movepool where, if you add up the base power of all four moves, adds up to 350. If you came for that, I'm sorry to disappoint. As compensation, I will be handing out a complimentary tree fiddy by exit 5, stage right. On to the meat of the matter, then. A benefactor (whose name I will not mention unless they themselves want me to) suggested that I try my hand at Mega Swampert, as they had had a spate of bad luck in making teams around it. Now, as an opinion, I find rain teams sorta boring, at least in the teambuilding process. The general backbone of the entire team, about 90% of the time, is: 2 Swift Swimmers / Politoed / Grass Resist / Electric Resist / Flex Pick or Wild Card. Any roles you can double-dip in, the better. For example, Mega Swampert is both a competent Swift Swimmer and boasts an Electric immunity. So I wondered; exactly how much can you double- or even triple-dip while still keeping the team relevant and coherent? Admittedly, the team wasn't particularly easy to make. As a general rule, I don't take requests. It tends to go against the nature of these RMTs, which is meant to be a spontaneous idea given fruit in an OU-relevant manner, at least to the best of my average ability. It only so happened that I had a Mega-Swampert team in the backburner at the time of the request that needed some revamping. And so, here we are. Brace yourselves for the sales pitch. Ever wanted to ladder up nice and high just for bragging rights or a COIL ranking, or maybe stomp some fools on cartridge? Are you tired of having your sweeps fall short because your rain couldn't keep up one turn longer? Here's my hopefully unique solution to the issue!
You evah drink Bailey's from a shoe? You wanna come to a club where people wee on each otha? The man, the myth, the high-nitrogen-content legend. Swampert sorta suffered from the fallout of new-toy syndrome, where people found out that, just like all the other Swift Swimmers, had some glaring weaknesses and opportunity costs that ultimately held it back from leading the pack outright. However, it is still very good in its own right. 252 Spe neutral-natured after Swift Swim lets you outspeed Timid Mega-Sceptile and wipe it off the planet with Ice Punch. Waterfall and Earthquake are obligatory STAB, since Swampert is going to get a lot of chances to switch into Electric attacks and deal heavy damage with any hit it can pull off. The rest of this team, as will be shown, has ample answers for Ferrothorn, so I went with Power-up Punch so that Swampert can clean up weakened teams. A fairly standard Swift Swim sweeper, but can pack devastating power if unprepared for.
YOUNG GLENN (Politoed) @ Damp Rock Ability: Drizzle EVs: 248 HP / 164 SpD / 96 Spe Calm Nature - Toxic - Rest - Encore / Ice Beam - Scald
If you ever played Chrono Trigger, you'll be asking me where this guy's Masamune is. The quintessential rain-setter that you probably thought I was going to omit for the lols, you bunch of skeptics. The HP and SpD EVs let it take as many special hits as possible alongside Rest, giving you many chances to set up rain against such threats. 96 Speed is to outspeed max-speed Azumarill and lock it into Belly Drum. I'm not too much of a fan of Ice Beam, but it's an option for people who feel they can consistently play around BD Azumarill, even though I strongly advise against it. Toxic and Rest are there to stall out things you can reliably sponge hits from that lack reliable recovery, or to hit threats like Mega-Altaria and Zard-X on the switch. Scald is your go-to fish-for-burns tactic, making neutral physical hits that much less likely to severely damage Politoed, even without investment.
ALI BABA (Tornadus) (M) @ Life Orb Ability: Prankster EVs: 4 Atk / 252 SpA / 252 Spe Naive Nature - Hurricane - Superpower - Knock Off - Tailwind
You'd figure this nickname would be better for a Landorus, given the Ground-type and its relation to deserts, but my Landorus will forever be called Macho Magic. There's just no arguing it. This is my answer to orchestrating a sweep outside of the rain. This is chosen over Torn-T due to its higher offensive stats + Prankster Tailwind, which make this set the terrifying powerhouse it is. Torn-T cannot OHKO Latios after SR with Knock Off, while Tornadus can. Hurricane also boasts extra power from LO Tornadus-I than Torn-T. Regenerator + U-turn and 10 more base Speed will be missed, but that is compensated by the short-lived but terrifying team support in Prankster Tailwind. This works similar to Tailwind CB Talonflame (which is a real set, look it up on Smogon) in that it can be used on predicted switches or as a last-ditch effort expecting to be KOed, allowing the next threat out to maintain double speed, even if the rain fades. If rain's still up, gods help the poor bloke that forgot to pack Thunder Wave.
An unlikely choice for a rain setter, but looks can be deceiving. The Latis, by virtue of their beneficial typing for rain teams (resists both Electric and Grass - see what I meant about double-dipping?) and their phenomenal base 110 Speed, have been on the rise in many rain teams as of late. This set in particular combines an alternate rain setter to further rub salt into Char-Y's wounds, Defog to clear hazards, and Healing Wish to give the Swift Swimmers another chance. Draco Meteor is obligatory STAB, since this Latias set rarely stays in for long. If you want a more offensive variant of this, you can try Latios with the same moveset and EV spread, but with Memento instead of Healing Wish.
MUSEUM NIGHT (Kabutops) @ Life Orb Ability: Swift Swim EVs: 252 Atk / 4 SpD / 252 Spe Adamant Nature - Swords Dance - Waterfall - Stone Edge - Aqua Jet
I wonder how Ben Stiller would react if he saw this thing gunning for his head in Night at the Museum. Secondary Swift Swimmer, as advertised. This serves as more of a sweeping role, something that Omastar and Kingdra don't do as well. Boasting both SD and priority, Kabutops can find many opportunities to set up against weakened threats that can no longer eat an LO-boosted hit in the rain. Waterfall and Stone Edge, again, are obligatory STAB meant to hit whatever it can, as hard as it can. Aqua Jet is mainly to stop the likes of Thundurus and Weavile if you're still under the rain, outspeeding and smashing them with Aqua Jet before you can be crippled. Adamant is the more useful nature for the extra power, as you outspeed all relevant threats to Kabutops with neutral 252 Speed under Swift Swim or Tailwind.
HUG ME (Ferrothorn) @ Leftovers Ability: Iron Barbs EVs: 252 HP / 88 Def / 168 SpD Impish Nature - Stealth Rock - Leech Seed - Protect - Power Whip
In case you haven't noticed, I assign a permanent name per Pokemon, and stick with it. Perhaps that's why he still hasn't gotten a hug yet. What would a rain team be without something that highly appreciates weakened Fire-type attacks? This is the SR setter for the team, providing valuable chip damage for things like Tornadus and Swampert (without boosts) to get meaningful OHKOs. Protect is a prime scouting move and a great answer to mess with Mega Lopunny, putting it in range for an OHKO from any neutral attack from a Swift Swimmer later on. Funnily enough, with a Tailwind, the Ferrothorn outspeeds Hippowdon and can contend with it 1v1 even better between Leech Seed and Power Whip, and can even get the outspeed OHKO on most sets of Gastrodon. Of course, that's a super-niche scenario, so don't expect it to happen often, if at all. There we go. Team number five, complete! Lucky for you, I already have two other teams I'm working on that will come out about the same time next week, as well as the week after that. Trust me, they're probably my strangest, but most fun creations yet! Unlike the Lapras, this ain't no tree-fiddy story. Expect some very peculiar choices, You've been warned. This team needs to be careful with its switch-ins to Swampert to eat up Electric attacks, especially from Thundurus. While it can answer these threats, you need to be careful as to not get something important paralyzed. Similarly, Fairy-types like Azumarill and Klefki can be dealt with, but do so with caution, as a wrong move that gets rid of Politoed or Swampert can open up the gates for these threats to sweep or cripple the rest of your team. The pastebin, as usual, is here. For those who missed the previous RMT with Reuniclus, Toxicroak and Mega-Altaria, the link is here.
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